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Hadlow Down Festival 2017 is nearly here!
Just to give you an update on the progress of planning the Hadlow Down Festival, which is being supported by Hadlow Down Parish Council and funded through a Big Lottery grant. 
The village has really “come up trumps” with nearly 50 events and entries in the booklet. Some events have more than one day so an extra opportunity to take part and there are many brand new events for the village. There are children’s and young people’s events as well as the usual adult activities. 
To give you a flavour of just a few: on 24th June, there will be a Scarecrow Trail and Wilderness Lane Country Garden Walk and eight open gardens; in July, the Variety Club are putting on 5 activities; the Playing Fields Association are running junior cricket coaching and pop-up restaurants (3 evenings); ENGAge and the Friends of St. Mark’s school have a Village quiz; on 29th July there will be a Tea Dance for all ages; dog shows in July and August; in September, the Horticultural Society have an Evening of Gardeners’ Question time; and there will be an Art exhibition and autumn celebration in the church. There is a lot more in the booklet. Some events you can just turn up on the day, others you will have to book ahead but all the information will be in the booklet.
I am pleased to tell you that everyone who receives the Hadlow Down parish magazine will also receive in their June edition a copy of the Festival booklet. We will also be distributing them in wider areas so that people outside the village can take part. 
If you can’t wait, the booklet will be available shortly on the website at www.hadlowdown.com so you can take a look to see what is coming up. You can also keep up-to-date with the latest news on our Facebook page. If you would like more information, you can contact me Denise at deniseleary86@gmail.com. If you would like to volunteer at any events, do contact the Event organisers or I can put you in touch with them. 
We hope you enjoy the Festival and look forward to seeing you at one or more of the events.



    
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23rd May 2017

The draft minutes from the Parish Council planning meeting on 22nd May 2017 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.  Click here to view

15th May 2017

The agenda for the Parish Council planning meeting on 22nd May 2017 has been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.  Click here to view

8th May 2017

The draft minutes from the Parish Assembly on 18th April 2017 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.  Click here to view

The draft minutes from the Parish Council meeting on 2nd May 2017 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.  Click here to view

25th April 2017
The agenda for the Parish Council meeting on 2nd May 2017 has been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.  Click here to view

21st April 2017
The minutes for the Parish Council planning meeting on 18th April 2017 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.Click here to view

10th April 2017
Further planning application has been added to the 18th April 2017 planning meeting agenda.Click here to view

7th April 2017
The minutes for the Parish Council meeting on 4th April 2017 have been added to the agenda and minutes part of the Parish Council section of the website.  Click here to view


    
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Riverside will be closed from the junction with the C508 Wilderness Lane to the junction with the U7869 Riverside for a distance of 440 metres from 30/5 to 1/6 between the hours of 930 - 1530 due to work being undertaken by BT.

Parish Council Clerk 


Published: 11/05/2017


Published: 08/05/2017

Published: 03/05/2017

Hadlow Down Village Hall in association with the ENGAGE charity present


Cert 15

The true story of how the Boston Globe uncovered the massive scandal of child molestation and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese, shaking the entire Catholic Church to its core.
Saturday, 20th. May - 7.00pm for 7.30pm
Refreshments available throughout – ice cream at the interval!.  Bring your own bottle of wine

A donation of £6 per ticket please.  Book ahead or come on the door
Contact Janet 01825 830478 or Rachel 01825 830494

Published: 03/05/2017

Thisis a message sent via Neighbourhood Watch. This information has been sent on behalf of Sussex Police


News, updates and appeals
National Stalking Awareness Week
Sussex Police joined forces this week with the Suzy Lamplugh Trust in support of this campaign. You can read about the initiative here.

Appeal following distraction burglary in Hailsham
Police are appealing for information about this incident last Friday, 21 April. Click here to read the full details.

Burglaries linked together
Police have linked three burglaries reported last weekend in Wealden. Read full details here. Crime prevention advice on protecting your property is available on our website here.

Witness appeal - elderly man injured in Forest Row
Police are appealing to the public following this incident. Please click Read More...

Published: 03/05/2017

If you think you may need extra support in the event of power outages please visit the following web page by clicking on the link or, if you prefer, copying and pasting it into your browser.
http://www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/internet/en/power-cuts/priority-services-during-a-power-cut/?dm_i=1T2Q,4S40X,J1LLX3,HZAVD,1


Published: 03/05/2017

Officers have recovered items they believed to have been stolen during a number of burglaries across Sussex. The haul, which includes various items of jewellery and antiques, was discovered by police when they stopped three men back in March.
https://sussex.police.uk/news/police-seek-owners-of-recovered-items/ 


Published: 24/04/2017

The majority of dog owners are responsible people and clear up their dog's pooh, are you one of them? 

Can people please ensure that they clear up after their dogs at the playing field.  The football pitch is due to open in the summer and with the cricket matches as well it is unhygienic and disgusting for participants to have to play where people haven't bothered to pick up their dog's mess.  Can villagers also ensure that their dog(s) can't automatically get access to the field without them there. 

Hanging a filled dog pooh bag in a tree does not count as clearing up after your dog, there is a bin provided at the entrance to the playing field which is regularly emptied. 

Thank you for your support in this matter.  Parish Council Clerk


Published: 10/04/2017

The UK government is committed to providing every home and business across the country with access to a basic broadband service
If you can’t get a broadband speed of at least 2Mb per second, you could qualify for a subsidised connection worth up to £350 to boost your internet speed
Please see the following website to see if you qualify for assistance in getting faster broadband speeds: https://basicbroadbandchecker.culture.gov.uk/

Hadlow Down Parish Council


Published: 23/03/2017

There was a break-in of stables and theft of a number of horse collars and an expensive horse rug from premises at the top of Tinkers Lane Hadlow Down yesterday, Monday 13th. March,  between the hours of 12 noon and 4pm.  
If you saw anything suspicious in the Tinkers Lane area or in the layby outside Tinkers Park and have any information which may help the police please contact them on the non-emergency number 101 quoting the incident number 47170035587
If you are offered  or see for sale items which you think may be stolen please report them to the police.
There are criminals active in Hadlow Down and the surrounding area and you are advised to check all locks and security measures on outbuildings as well as making sure your home is safe.
If you see or think a crime is actually taking place ring the police emergency number 999

Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator


Published: 14/03/2017

Image may contain: textAre you a local designer maker, food trader or fashion brand? We are looking for a wide range of traders, be it furniture, jewellery, ceramics, printed textiles, craft or fresh produce maker. Or do you run creative workshops or offer circus skills? Then we'd love to hear from you too. The next event is fast approaching and we'd love you to be a part of it.
Contact us at Hadlowdownsummerfayre@outlook.com with your details/link to your website and one of our team will be in touch.
The Hadlow Down Village Fayre is a wonderful summer event in the tradition of a good old fashioned village knees up. For the last 2 years held in the idyllic setting of Tinkers Park and attracting an attendance of 1000 people annually. Come and join us in our vintage marquees for tea and cake or ale and burgers. We pride ourselves in offering local produce and a market place for local business. Plus we have a bonkers dog show, brass band and Morris Dancing.
This year our motto is "And Now for Something Completely Different...!" Can't wait to see you at Tinkers Park on Saturday June 17th, 12-5.


Published: 09/02/2017

Following the success of Wealden District Council's first Big Wealden Switch where Wealden residents managed to save an average of £279 per household they will be delivering their next collective energy switch from late February/early March until late May 2017.  During this time residents can sign up for a cheaper energy deal online (www.wealden.gov.uk/thebigswitch) if they have the internet or over the telephone if they don't (01323 443322).  Further information can be found on the Wealden website.

Parish Council Clerk


Published: 14/12/2016

DO YOU WANT TO HAVE MORE OF A SAY OVER WHAT HAPPENS IN YOUR VILLAGE? 
If so you could be the ideal candidate to become a Parish Councillor.  We have a vacancy on the Parish Council and would welcome enquiries from anyone interested in this role. 
Please contact the Clerk, Helen on 01435 860959 for further details, or alternatively one of the present Councillors (contact details in the Parish Magazine and in the Parish Council section of the website). 
Parish Council Clerk

Published: 21/11/2016

The opening times of Wealden Libraries including Uckfield, Heathfield and Crowborough change from Monday the 28th. November. 
Click on this link to be taken to the new timetable.


Published: 21/10/2016

Electricity network operators have launched a new free national phone no. '105' for customers to call if they need to report or get information about a power cut in their area.  Damage to electricity power lines and substations that could put anyone in danger can also be reported on 105.  If there's a serious immediate risk the emergency services should also be called.

Vulnerable customers who would like to sign up to the Priority Services Register can call 0800 1699970, email psr@ukpowernetworks.co.uk or apply online at www.ukpowernetworks.co.ukl/priority.

Parish Council Clerk


Published: 19/09/2016



    
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Event StartTitle
24/05/2017 10:30 Recurring Event: until 08/11/2017 (total 21 events) TN22 PLUS Club
24/05/2017 18:30 Recurring Event: until 20/12/2017 (total 46 events) Village Tap Club
26/05/2017 14:30 Recurring Event: until 21/07/2017 (total 21 events) Do IT HD Computer Class
28/05/2017 13:30 Cricket Club Fixture
29/05/2017 11:00 Recurring Event: until 27/11/2017 (total 44 events) Village Tai Chi
30/05/2017 19:00 Recurring Event: until 25/07/2017 (total 24 events) Community Choir
30/05/2017 19:00 Recurring Event: until 19/12/2017 (total 46 events) Short Mat Bowls
31/05/2017 11:00 Recurring Event: until 13/12/2017 (total 23 events) TN22 Club
31/05/2017 18:30 Recurring Event: until 20/12/2017 (total 46 events) Village Tap Club
02/06/2017 14:30 Recurring Event: until 21/07/2017 (total 21 events) Do IT HD Computer Class
03/06/2017 10:00 Recurring Event: until 04/06/2017 (total 2 events) Tinkers Park Steam Rally

    
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Curtain Up
“A mad play, full of dynamism, momentum, funny dialogue and great surprises… Proves that purely female plays can achieve great success and lots of laughter… Well worth seeing – you can be assured of great entertainmet – (Topzine magazine at the Prague premiere)

A Hadlow Down Variety Club Production
Village Hall
31st. March and 1st. April



 


    
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Do you want to report a problem about roads, signs and footpaths in our village?  Click on the following link to take you to the new ESCC reporting page:

https://new.eastsussex.gov.uk/contact-us/report-a-problem/report-a-problem-on-a-road-path-or-verge/


    
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